Landslides in northwestern Kenya caused by heavy rainfalls resulted in the death of 56 people.
The rain started on Friday in West Pokot County and worsened overnight, prompting flooding and mudslides that swept away four bridges and left villages unreachable by road.
Kenya’s president stationed rescue personnel from agencies including the army and the police to try and prevent the “further loss of lives”.
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